I picked up a 2 pack of Irwin Marathon 24T several years ago for $20 well yehaw Stu is right they work great.
Originally Posted by Stuart Ablett
To answer the question. Is it the blade or the saw? I'd say it's the operator.....because the saw doesn't know if it has a problem & neither does the blade but the operator should. If you don't please step away from the saw because it doesn't know the difference between flesh & wood either. Ask me I know. My finger is healed up now but has lost feeling over a portion of it. This wasn't caused by a dull blade or poorly adjusted saw but rather to a combo Table-saw Jointer that I wasn't used to operating. So make sure your familiar with your tool & how it should feel & sound as you operate it. If you have any doubts shut the tool off until you know for good & certain it is going to perform properly.
Last edited by Bart Leetch; 07-30-2012 at 03:50 PM.
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